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News Comments > Quake Champions Spring Update Launches; Cheaper Mode Comes Tomorrow
11. Re: etc. Mar 15, 2018, 22:16 Suppa7
Zyrxil wrote on Mar 15, 2018, 16:56:
I guess Quake just always has to compete with Unreal engine games- Lawbreakers was DOA and they just have to follow suit.

They should have never made quake champions f2p, quake and unreal were offline games both in single and multiplayer incarnations. If you are going to make an arena shooter, don't do it f2p.

The reality is old quake players like myself were expecting the future of gaming to be along the lines as it was in the 90's before the retarded masses showed up and fucked up gaming. F2p, mmo, steam all are signs of mass dumbness regarding technology.

Reality is quake should have never become a locked down f2p ridden fuck fest, it should have had a level editor /w sdk. Quake was what it was due to mods, level editing and a great multiplayer community. Take that all away and you don't have much game since quake 3 was roughly a tech demo and the quake community populated it with maps, skins, mods like threewave, rocket arena and opm.

I have no fucking clue what the people at bethesda are thinking but they are completely out of touch.
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News Comments > On CHRONO TRIGGER PC Issues
6. Re: On CHRONO TRIGGER PC Issues Mar 5, 2018, 14:44 Suppa7
NKD wrote on Mar 5, 2018, 12:26:
Yeah, I really don't understand how they can put so much love and effort into some ports, and then just shit out garbage ports of others...

Because gamers are stupid. Steam, mmo's, all that is proof the average gamer is fucking retarded.
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News Comments > More on PUBG Versus Cheaters
11. Re: More on PUBG Versus Cheaters Feb 3, 2018, 23:06 Suppa7
MrRadicalEd wrote on Feb 3, 2018, 15:52:
It baffles me why the developers insist on treating this like a privately hosted ARMA mod with matchmaking.

Because gamers proved to be stupid... as soon as everyone proved they were an idiot with mmo's - buying corporate malware infested games and buying into steam it was over.

The big plan was since the game industry was a part of the tech industry was to remove control of software from the user. We've seen the big push to make all games have always online drm. Diablo 3 being a case in point.

So no the era of dedicated servers that users control is likely over for good outside of small games.

The internet allowed companies to release only part of the game and hold part back at their computers at hq, that fucked up gaming because the average kid in generations after the 90's quake/doom generation has no computer literacy at all. AKA has no idea how computers work and is easily deceived.
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News Comments > Morning Interviews
16. Re: Morning Interviews Jan 8, 2018, 09:23 Suppa7
Saboth wrote on Jan 3, 2018, 19:21:
From what I've seen of this game, it seems to just be a big one against all generic FPS. I don't see anything unusual or out of the ordinary that would warrant anything like a book, movie, franchise, etc. I'm sure it must be fun to play and all that, but random no-name people running around aimbotting each other doesn't seem to be a revolutionary concept.

Everything old is new again, you have to remember there are entire generations of human beings who never played the original doom, descent or duke nukem 3d or know anything about the history of FPS during the 90's.

There is an entire generation who's memory starts after xbox and wouldn't have a clue about how computers work or anything else. That's why the software market for games and everything else is fucked up beyond all recognition the average person on our planet is incredibly mind blowingly dumb.
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News Comments > Cloud Gaming Returns
24. Re: Cloud Gaming Returns Jan 8, 2018, 05:45 Suppa7
SpectralMeat wrote on Jan 5, 2018, 09:30:
That's the part I don't understand either. Who is the target audience for this?

The same target audience DRM was for - big business, they are trying to develop a system where the game is entirely locked down and streamed to you from servers. See EA's ceo during the conference call to Deutsche bank.

They are trying to never have software controlled by the gamer. Most people already have given up way too much control buying server locked games and windows 10 anyway. Basically they already have stolen the software we pay for by reprogramming it to obey the corporations and it will get worse.

Everyone is trying to undo the freedom for computer users for profits.
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News Comments > Destiny 2 is Activision's "Biggest PC Launch"
20. Re: Destiny 2 is Activision's Dec 20, 2017, 16:35 Suppa7
ledhead1969 wrote on Dec 20, 2017, 16:26:
I don't get all the hate.

Then you should go pick up some retro copies of quake 1/2/3 and download user made mods, maps and levels. The thing with new AAA games is they remove control from the player and make you pay for what used to be free and everyone shared. The level of fuck you in modern AAA games is off the charts. You really don't understand how badly PC games have been fucked over with this new generation of kiddies who never gamed on PC during the 90's.

If you really want to understand the rage, go pickup old PC games made during the 90's, their level editors and maps/mods. You'll start to understand why there is such rage at modern gaming.
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News Comments > Obsidian Denounces Loot Boxes and Microtransactions
25. Re: Morning Mobilization Dec 17, 2017, 00:35 Suppa7
Scottish Martial Arts wrote on Dec 16, 2017, 17:55:
For those reminiscing about the meatiness of 90s era shooter expansion packs,

You seemed to miss the part with level editors that came with games. The build editor in duke nukem, descent, warcraft, etc. AAA gaming post 90's has been an utter fucking disaster.

We no longer get dedicated servers with most games and if they have some kind of server option they are completely controlled by the company. AKA we lost control of the software completely. The matchmaking bs is just drm by another name.

RPG's were rebranded mmo and went largely totally autocombat - aka combat systems devolved into watch fests because the average mmo player is a reflexless chimpanzee.
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News Comments > Obsidian Denounces Loot Boxes and Microtransactions
7. Re: Obsidian Denounces Loot Boxes and Microtransactions Dec 16, 2017, 12:40 Suppa7
Yifes wrote on Dec 16, 2017, 12:22:
Yeah sure, let's ignore the entire history of PC gaming and equate expansions with microtransactions.

Jesus christ you're dumb if you believe this, the last 20 years of PC gaming has been a disaster with the acceptance of drm and mmo's having normalized basically renting games in perpetuity from game companies, very little on the dedicated server side and mod tools from major AAA games compared to the 90's.

Modern game 'expansions' were nothing like the meaty content expansions we had in the 90's. Look at how Starcraft 2 was cut up into three parts and LAN was removed. Look at how diablo 3 had always online drm put into the single player portion of the game just to get those auction house microtransactions.

Look at how quake 3 is a fucking microtransaction ridden f2p game that you don't own or control and they are selling fucking unlocks in a game you don't own nor control.

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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
7. Re: Morning Tech Bits Dec 8, 2017, 05:03 Suppa7
ForgedReality wrote on Dec 7, 2017, 12:32:
It's not Intel and nVidia's fault that AMD hasn't been able to compete

Actually... Intel bribed companies not to use AMD chips way back in the athlon days and that denied amd necessary funding for all the R&D money they spent on it. That move extremely wounded AMD pretty badly. So to say it's all amd's fault is a bit of bullshit.

History of intels abuses against AMD since the beginning

Intel fined for unfair business practices

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News Comments > Op Ed
12. Re: Op Ed Nov 29, 2017, 09:51 Suppa7
rjdriver wrote on Nov 29, 2017, 05:40:
I have no desire to see online multiplayer gaming go down in flames, although I haven't played it since a capture the flag match in Quake 3 years ago.

Man the whole of the human species is dumb...

We've single handedly had games stolen from us and trapped on the other side of the internet and everything that used to be free with free level editing tools and mods has been curtailed/taken away out of most AAA games and then put in fucking lot boxes... can you imagine having skins/maps and mods in quake 3 that we used to have for free put into loot boxes? It's fucking insanity. I wouldn't mind if league of legends and dota 2 cancer got bitten by bs legislation.

Those games pioneered fraud on a massive scale. That's exactly what they are. MMO's, steam and microtransaction ridden crap were ways to move software off gamers PC's.

The fact that humanity ate it up is why PC gaming is such a disaster compared to the 90's.
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News Comments > Loot Box Stories of the Day
16. Re: Loot Box Stories of the Day Nov 25, 2017, 06:49 Suppa7
Loot boxes are the natural progression of you people accepting mmo's and steam, as soon as people bought a server locked game it was over. The entire mission of the game industry was to take software control away from customers. That has been going on since the days of Ultima online, everquest and wow.  
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News Comments > Overwatch Free Weekend Underway
9. Re: Overwatch Free Weekend Underway Nov 19, 2017, 11:04 Suppa7
Yifes wrote on Nov 18, 2017, 11:37:
Speaking as someone who's been playing FPSes since the original Wolfenstein came out, you are objectively wrong.

No it's that you don't see reality as it is. Overwatch 1) Has no real level editor and 2) no dedicated servers you control.

Objectively inferior to openly modded games in the 90's. You have a very poor memory or were never a heavy multiplayer gamer during the kali/kahn days. If you don't even know what kali/kahn is you're probably a casual gamer.
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News Comments > Overwatch Free Weekend Underway
4. Re: Overwatch Free Weekend Underway Nov 18, 2017, 07:48 Suppa7
VaranDragon wrote on Nov 18, 2017, 05:12:
I haven't played in ages and feel no urge to. Just wondering is it still going strong?

Still boring as fuck really, overwatch is just a really oversimplified multiplayer shooter that anyone who is old has played before and played better.

It really exists only because it was released by blizzard and unto the cult of bliz fans. The game is just very boring over time. It just can't hold a candle to past fps games esp if you grew up on them in the 90's.

Overwatch is just like modern blizzard - all flash, no substance.
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News Comments > Op Ed
8. Re: Op Ed Nov 15, 2017, 01:52 Suppa7
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News Comments > Op Ed
7. Re: Op Ed Nov 15, 2017, 01:48 Suppa7
Cutter wrote on Nov 14, 2017, 16:35:
Apples and oranges, man.

No you fool that's propaganda, there are private world of warcraft servers - aka there is no rational reason for companies to control the software only irrational people like you who buy every piece of corporate propaganda you are fed. You americans really are too stupid. The entire agenda of the corporate world in videogames is almost complete - to take control of videogame software away from you.

Look at what happened to quake - no level editor or dedicated servers, we now have "quake champions" There is no reason for quake champions to be a drm'd online f2p game that players don't control, the fact that people are so gullible they'd pay for unlocks in a game they don't control is proof that americans are dumb shits.

You reason by emotion not truth. Need for speed world online was just a fork of most wanted 2005. AKA the "MMO" game is a fucking scam, that's how we got drm to begin with.

The idea that they are different is bullshit. The fact is wow could easily have been entirely player controlled as proven by private servers.
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News Comments > Op Ed
5. Re: Op Ed Nov 14, 2017, 13:56 Suppa7
Cutter wrote on Nov 14, 2017, 12:24:
Than stop supporting the assholes doing it. How fucking hard is that?

Sorry to tell you that happened 20 years ago with the rise of ultima online, everquest and world of warcraft. Steam and mmo's like that paved the way for normalizing all this shit.

Once people "accepted" mmo's as not being fraudulently ripped of (paying monthly for a game you never own) the rest was inevitable.

WoW let us remember was the most successful mmo on the planet with 10 million plus people playing it, that is a lot of fucking stupid people. Non gamers were playing it which is why microtransactions became inevitable. People I know that were not computer literate were playing wow.

AKA the end of computer literate people being the bulk of game buyers stopped when computers and high speed internet became affordable for the masses of tech illiterate fools.
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News Comments > Need for Speed Payback Peels Out
15. Re: Need for Speed Payback Peels Out Nov 11, 2017, 08:38 Suppa7
ForgedReality wrote on Nov 11, 2017, 02:33:
No, he's right. High Stakes and Porsche Unleashed were the last (only?) good ones. Since then, it's all shitty arcade physics and zero damage model. So fucking ridiculous. But I guess there's money in pandering to the kids on consoles who don't like a challenging game.

You guys are delusional, Most wanted 2005 was the best selling need for speed series out of all nfs games that have ever been released up until this very day. Both shift, shift 2 and Pro street tried to take nfs back to a more sim like game with mixed results. The series has been falling off in terms of sales since Most wanted 2005. Most wanted 2005 sold 15 million copies across all platforms, it dipped to 4-5 million after carbon/prostreet/etc. All the others have had trouble reaching even 5 million.

The people who ended up making Project cars and Project cars 2 were responsible for NFS shift series.

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News Comments > Need for Speed Payback Peels Out
13. Re: Need for Speed Payback Peels Out Nov 11, 2017, 01:22 Suppa7
christheshitter wrote on Nov 10, 2017, 18:27:
The last good NFS game was Porsche Unleashed. Anything after has been made for kiddies.

Quite the bit of bullshit. Most NFS games have been alright up until post most wanted 2005.

Underground 1 and 2 were both pretty decent games. Most wanted 2005 was a high water mark for the series selling 15 million units.

NFS has been in a state of decline since 2005's most wanted sales wise.
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News Comments > Op Ed
7. Re: Op Ed Nov 1, 2017, 18:14 Suppa7
The problem is not challenge or not but whether the game is presenting us with something to bother continue playing it.

Take shmups, a game like sine mora is not as good as many other shmups like Jamestown because of the level of care and craftmanship that goes into the design despite the fancy graphics.

It takes a lot of work to figure out why something is fun or not and very few people are good at it. Many developers have been relying on set-piece cinematic spam the last 15 years or so because they are so lacking in understanding of building intrinsically compelling gameplay systems.

So they rely on hollywood to sell games. Building a genuinely fun game along the lines of civilization or alpha centauri is genuinely hard and companies want easy money.
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News Comments > CCP Layoffs: Dropping VR; Closing Studios
10. Re: CCP Layoffs: Dropping VR; Closing Studios Oct 30, 2017, 21:27 Suppa7
Cutter wrote on Oct 30, 2017, 17:51:
How the hell do these guys have over a 1000 employees with one niche title to their name?

The same way world of warcraft, steam, loot boxes and microtransactions exist.

The ship of stupid sailed when Ultima online and EQ became a thing, normalizing online drm. We got generations of kid who are ok with basically the theft of software from their computers and no privacy because they are dumb as a bag of hammers.

The videogame idiocracy sailed as soon as mmo's became a thing paving the way for steam, then league of legends and TF2.

The fact that these god awful games exist and are totally controlled by game companies now is a far cry from the 90's with level editors and user control of software.
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